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    Re: AOC launches 31.5-inch 1440p FreeSync monitor at £249

    Quote Originally Posted by shaithis View Post
    IPS vs VA though.

    If this was IPS I would have jumped at it.
    Quote Originally Posted by ik9000 View Post
    I nearly bought one of those myself but read scare stories about the number of duds with uneven backlight and colour cast that I ran for the hills and bought two U2414h instead. My graphics card is happier with 1080p anyway.

    And £250 for that was a bargain - they're going for a lot more than that now! Nearer £500 IIRC

    edit ignore the above - I'm talking about the UP2716D, I think it was input lag put me off the 2516.
    My previous monitor was an expensive mva monitor and it was fine for gaming and image editing.

    My up2516d is perfectly fine - slight bleed in one corner but uniformity seems fine and playing online games like ps2 lag seems fine.

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    Re: AOC launches 31.5-inch 1440p FreeSync monitor at £249

    Got my Q3279VWF setup and I am very happy with it, as a photographer I have dual 24" UHD IPS monitors in front of me but recent needed another setup in another location which had a 24" 1080p TN.

    Out of the box its needed some tweaks and my spyder did the rest but for the money I really can't fault it. Can't see any issues with colour reproduction compared to my IPS monitors.

    It might not be the greatest monitor but for the money you really can't complain at £199.00.

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